sport news Chelsea legend Ruud Gullit slams club as 'horrible' and 'embarrassing' and ... trends now

sport news Chelsea legend Ruud Gullit slams club as 'horrible' and 'embarrassing' and ... trends now
sport news Chelsea legend Ruud Gullit slams club as 'horrible' and 'embarrassing' and ... trends now

sport news Chelsea legend Ruud Gullit slams club as 'horrible' and 'embarrassing' and ... trends now

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Chelsea legend Ruud Gillit has ripped into the club claiming they are 'horrible' and 'embarrassing' while blasting their current crop of players. 

The Dutchman led Chelsea to the FA Cup in 1997 - making history by becoming the first foreign boss to lift the trophy. 

Current boss Mauricio Pochettino's side have endured a miserable season, with the Blues hoping to salvage a European place from another year where they have spent an incredible amount of money, with very little improvement to show on the pitch.

In an interview with The Sun, Gullit has expressed his outrage over the penalty shootout debacle that stole the headlines from what otherwise was an excellent performance in a 6-0 victory over Everton.

Noni Madueke and Nicolas Jackson argued that they should take the penalty before captain Conor Gallagher had to intervene and give the ball to designated taker Cole Palmer

Former Chelsea boss Ruud Gullit has ripped into the club's current crop of players

Former Chelsea boss Ruud Gullit has ripped into the club's current crop of players

He branded the dispute over who should take a penalty during their recent 6-0 win over Everton as 'embarrassing'

He branded the dispute over who should take a penalty during their recent 6-0 win over Everton as 'embarrassing' 

Gullit suggested that the current crop of Chelsea players 'all think they are better than what they really are'

Gullit suggested that the current crop of Chelsea players 'all think they are better than what they really are'

He said: 'It was like watching kids, children. In a proper

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